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Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MOKDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Lower Clarence. MACLEAN, MOKDAY. JJ. C. Hospital.-The Committee met on Satur- day. Present :-Rev. J. Burgess (president), Messrs. A. M'Dorjald, D. Shearer, F. Street, A. Cameron, i A. C. Barry, D. Jones, A. H. Garvan, J. M. Galvan, L. Samuels. F. J. Nicholls, T. Lamy and Dr. Young. Treasurer's statement showed :-Donations re I ceived, £13 1S3 Id ; balance in bank, £106 03 7d ; claim on Government, £263 7s Gd ; total assets. £3G9 13s ld. Reports for the month shew :-4 patients admitted, 3 discharged, and 0 remaining. The following accounts were passed for payment S. Macnaughtan and Co., groceries, £2113s 2d ; A. M'Millan, meat, £4 2a lOd ; D. Roderick, bread, £1 19s lld; Fire Insurance premium, £1 12s 6d : L. <7. Advocate, advertising, £1 10s ; monthly salaries, £15 15s. Correspondence was received from :-Rev. J. Finlayson, Brushgrove, stating that he was willing to devote one Sunday's collection to the hospital. From Dr. Hood, resigning his position as honorary medical of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

General Notices A. SAUNDERS, Watch Manufacturer & Jeweller 31» GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, CS" Nearly opposite Railway Station-Factories : LIVERPOOL and LONDON. rf Caf Send for my Price List, post free, i . and compare my English Levers with any other at double the amount. I sell direct from the manu totory, at * HAIT THE USU At PMCES. 1 Everything guaranteed with a written certificate, and sent post free. £'¿ 1ÜS, worth £5-ENGLISH LEVER, jewel. lcd, full plate. Three years guaran- tee. £3 IOS, worth £7 7s-My unequalled English. Lever, full covered cap. Three years guarantee. £.*, worth £8-My speoial English Lever, patent balance, compensation balanoe 5s extra. Three years guarantee. £4: lOs, worth £9-English Lever, compensa- tion balance, ll jewels. Four years guarantee. < £5, worth £10 - English Lever, compensation balance, adjusted, 13 jewels, full covered cap. Four years guarantee. £G, worth £12-English Lever, superior hand finished, maintaining power. Five years g...

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The True Use of Wealth. A Problem for Economists and Moralists. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

The True Use oí Wealth. A Problem for Economists and Moralists. THE true use of .wealth has been a tough problem for the economists and moralists of all ages. A new solution and a prophecy are set forth by Mr. Andrew Carnegie in the last number of the North American Review. " Poor and restricted," he says, "are our opportunities in this life marrow our horizon ; our best work most imperfect ; but rich men should be thankful for one inestimable boon. They have it in their power during their lives to busy themselves in organising benefactions from which the masses of their fellows will derive last- ing advantage, and thus dignify their own lives. The highest life is probably to be reached, not by such imitation of the life of Christ as Count Tolstoi gives us, but. while animated by Christ's spirit, by recognising the ohanged conditions of this age, and adopting modes of expressing this spirit suitable to the changed conditions under which we live ; still labouring for the good of our ...

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Future of the Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Future of the Colonies. ME. BAI/FOUE, the Secretary for Ireland, spoke very frankly concerning the future of the colonies. He said that the colonies were joined to the Mother Country by sentiment of common origin, a common history, a common language, a common civilisation, a common loyalty to an old ideal, and a common loyalty to the Crown. We ali want to draw the Colonies closer to us, he said, but thejinexorable laws of geographical dis- tribution compel us to be content with the tie which unites us to our kith and kin beyond the seas. Then he gave expression to that belief and that hope which is held by everyone who has not gone mad with Imperial Federation, that the tie of common sentiment may long bind together the scattered elements of the British race ; but no sane man supposes that " throughout an indefinite future we can count upon our Colonies as we can upon ourselves, and that Australia and New Zealand will ever be to us absolutely the same as Scotland or Wales." These ar...

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Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Shipping. ARRIVALS FROM SYDNEY. August 12.-CITY OF GRAFTON, 825 tons. Captain Magee. Passengers-Mesdames Phillips, NortbcoV, Syer, M'JUhon : Miss White ; Messrs.-Northcott, J. II. Ferguson, \V. Pascoe, P. Byan, C. Chowne, Taylor. J. Bolger, J. Strauss, C. Byer, C. Williams, J. Watkinson ; Master Phillips : and 9 in the steerage. Left Sydney ut 0 j>.m. on Saturday, crossed the bar at daylight on Monday, and arrived in Gratton at 12 45 p.m. same day. C. K. and M. E. S. N. Co., agents. August 12. -AUSTRALIAN Str., 400 tons, Captain Affleck. Pnssengers-Mesdames Q-iinn and family, Thearle and child ; Miss Parker: Messrs H. Ed well, W. H. Stewart, T. M'Cooey, J. M Farlane, M.P., C. A. M'Fnrlane, T. Jl'Dermott; and 19 in the steerage. Left Sydney at 0 p.m. ou Saturday, cnsaed the bar at daylight on Monday, and arrived in Grafton same tiny. Experienced fine weather throughout. John See and Co.; agents. DEPASTURES FOR SYDNEY. BY TELEGRAPH. _ Augn-t 10.-ELFOTRA str., 350 tons, Captain W. B...

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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

jfllCTKOnOfcOG KAI. Rainfall np to Thermometer Fahrenheit 9 a.m. Maximum. Minimum. inches. August 0 . 05- 50- 2-flC 7. (io* 55* *U5 S. CS' 57- -ll 0. S5- 55- - 10. '*5- 50- '01 lt . 7U- 40- - 12. 75- 45- - Mean average. Ii' 52'4 3'33 NOTE.-As the register is taken at 9 a.m. every day, the above applies to the previous 24 honrs.

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RICHMOND RIVER PORT. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

RICHMOND RIVER PORT. AKRIVAL. -August ll : Comet str. from the Clarence. DEI-AETUBES.-August 1! : Tomki and Bellinger Btrs. for Sydney. _ WEATHER ON THE COAST.-Yesterday westerly winds with fine weather and smooth sea. Clarence bar smooth, ltichmond bar smooth, 101 feet at high water. The schooner Summer ICose from the Tweed Eiver, arrived in Sydney on Friday with the lors of rudder.

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Ulmarra. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

I Ulmarra. I , MONDAY. . Coldstream Bridge.-The meeting to beheld on Wednesday night is an important one, and embodying as it will a qnestion of vital importance to residents on both sides of that river, should be well attended. That a bridge is required over a stream, both sides of which are so well settled upon, there can be no doubt; but the question arises " Where should the bridge be ; on the upper or at thé lower ; river 2" Many opinions have been expressed oh that point, and it is one for the meet- ing to decide. A great deal may be said on each issue, anil perhaps both are equally necessary ; but in my opinion, if we are only to have one bridge, it should be the lower Coldstream, that being the main road along the Clarence River between the city and the Heads. Crickét.-r-À good deal has been said in your colums about the proposed. Cup matches and Association, and there can be no doubt that these institutions are both very desirable ; in fact, I cannot well see how the Cup ma...

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The Hunter. AUGUST 7. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

The Hunter. AUGUST 7. IST MEMORIAM.-On Sunday afternoon the Mayor of West Maitland unveiled a memo- rial tablet to.L. Seddon at St. Paul's Church, the incumbent holding a special service for the occasion. There was a large congrega- tion. The tablet was suitably inscribed, and is set in a conspicuous part of the church. As your readers are aware, Mr. L. Seddon was captain of the English football team that visited Maitland last year, and was unfortunately drowned while bathing in the Hunter. The finish to the inscription is appropriate-"Death took him in the morn- ing of his days, ere he reached the goal." SINGLETON EXHIBITION.-The entries for the Singleton Show are the largest on record, numbering 2500, or 200 more than last year. The horses, cattle, sheep, poultry, farm and dairy produce sections are particularly strong. In the principal sections the exhibits number -Horses, 220 ; cattle, 180 ; sheep, 250 ; poultry, 450 ; farm and dairy produce, 250. DEATHS.-Death has again been cl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

HoBTiCTJLTUBAL.-A large consignment of trees, shrubs, pot plants, flowers, ferns, Sec., from the Somerset Nursery, Parramatta, is to be sold at auction on Friday next, at the City Auction Rooms by Mr. H. Maurice, and as the selection is choice, and the variety great, as can be seen by the advertisement, and the sale is without reserve, a good attendance Ehould be looked for.-ADV. ,

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The Land Bill. One of the Weakest Features of our Legislation. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

The Land BUL One of the Weakest Features of our : - Legislation. IST speaking on the second reading of the Land Billin the Legislative Council, Mr. SALOMONS put his finger upon one of the weakest and most harrassing features of dur legislation. The present system of repeated amendments upon principal Acts, all of which have to be read together, renders it impossible even for the cleverest lawyer to understand what is intended. This "com- plication worse confounded," it is sometimes thought, is created for the purpose of keep- ing the legal profession going. But the remarks of Mr. Salomons will go to show that all lawyers-and we know personally of some who take Mr. Salomon's view-are not entirely of the breeches pocket patriot order. "We cannot do better than give Mr. Salomon's remarks, as reported in the Herald, as every point he submitted is undoubtedly largely in accord with the public feeling of the country. . He said he must take exception to the statement of the vice-President ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

PRACTICAL FARMERS.-Mt. Spawn, manager of the Climax Evaporator Company, Victoria, wrote to the Adelaide Agricultural Bureau stating that he was shortly going to America to bring out 20 practical farmers,..The men. he said, have skill and money, and htf wanted to know whether any of the Colonial Governments would assist him. He would settle farmers in any colony which assisted him, on BOfedred acre blocks. A SENSATIONAL CHIME IN PARIS.-One of thc most sensational topics of discussion in Paris was the rumoured " sequeitration," or murder, of an elderly'fl^gtleman of fortune by certain persons of position in the financial world. No names have been given as yet, but it is known (the corres- pondent of the Daih/ Telegraph says) that three bankers were arrested by a special order from the Prefect of the Seine, while the most important arrest of all took place at ll o'clock. The persons taken into custody, some of whom lived in the Bue Laffitte, are accused of having appropriated securitie...

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Maclean District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Maclean District Court. THE Court opened yesterday morning, before' His Honor Judge Murray. The following members "of the legal profession were present-Messrs. R. J. Browning, J. O'Ryan (barristers), E. J. Laman, R. Jenkins, F. M'Guren, solicitors. UNDEFENDED CASES. Stephen Hills v. W. Sheehan.-Rent £58. No appearance of defendant. Mr. Shoveller appeared for plaintiff to" prove debt. ' Verdict for full amount claimed, and one witnesses expenses. A. Campbell v. Andrew Everingham.-^Goods eold, £2 8a 6d. Verdict for plaintiff, and one witness'expenses. A. Campbell v. Jas. Cavanagh.-Goods sold, £7 18s. : Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, and -one witnesses expenses. A. T. Powell v. Wesley (Kanaka).-Gooda sold, £5 lGs. Verdict for plaintiff for full amount. Same v. J. Greenaway.-Gooda sold, £5 15a 4d. Continued for service. Same v. Jaa. Archer. Goods sold, £5 17s od. Continued for service. Same v. M. Patterson.-Goods sold, £4 13s ld. Verdict for plaintiff for full amount. Same v....

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The Land Laws. Important Decision by the Full Court. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

The Land Laws. Important Decision by the Full Court. THE Supreme Court (the CHIEF JUSTICE dissent-v ing) has recently given an important deoision on» an appeal from a decree of the Chief Judge ia "Equity. The case was that of TOOTH v. POWER. The facts as disclosed in the judgment appear to have been that the plaintiff Tooth had in his em- ployment in the year 1870 the paronts of the defendant, who was then six years old. The plain- tiff being desirous of taking up land upon his run, through his overseer obtained the permission of the parents to use this child of six years as a dummy. Subsequent to this consent ICI acres of land were taken up, upon which the then child (Power)' resided with his mother until quite the full term, of residence was completed. The necessary improve' ments were put upon the land at the cost of the plaintiff, and his stock fed upon it, and he held un- disturbed possession. When Power came of age he took no step to disturb the plaintiff, but simply I refused...

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By Telegram. MONDAY, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

By Telegram. MONDAY, G P.M. After adjourning for lunch, Mr. M'Gnren (for defendant) addressed the jury, and was followed by Mr. Browning for plaintiffs. His Honor then charged the jury. Haying briefly stated the facts of the case from its initia- tion, he said that either they must find a verdict for the full amount, or none at all. If,: after hearing the evidence, they thought some arrange- ment had been made, then the question was, did that arrangement bind plaintiffs down to a specific amount. . As business men, it would hardly.be con- sidered by them as reasonable that an attorney would go so far as to contract to do a certain piece of work, the cóst pf which he did not know, for a specified sum.. The jury retired for a few minutes, and returned with a verdict for plaintiffs for amount claimed £37 15s 6d. His Honor increased counsel's fee to ¿27 7s. # M. J. BURKE y. JAS. CUBBAN. ; ; . (A POSTPONED CASE.) 'Breach of agreement £50. Mr. M'Gnren, for plaintiff, applied for an adjour...

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DEFENDED CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

DEFENDED CASES. I WM. OLIVE V. A. OLIVE-Board and lodging £31. Air. Jenkins for plaintiff, and Mr. O'Byan instructed by Mr. M'Guren for defendant. In thia case £2 lGshad been paid into Court as full payment of claim. Two letters, however, were put in by the defence, which showed clearly that the plaintiff had received from his nephew, the defendant, a ring aa compensation for the board and lodging for which payment waa claimed, and that the claim was, in fact, the outcome of ill-feeling. Before the case had proceeded very far, his Honor pointed out the futility of continuing it. and on Mr. Jenkins' application, entered a non- suit for plaintiff, with two witnesses' expenses. MEILLON AND LASCAN V. J. BEAD, CHATSWOETH. A jury case-Jury : Messrs. P. Conlon, H. Frape, W. O'Connor and G. Wyatt. Professional costs £37 15a Sd. Mr. Browning, instructed by the plaintiff's personally, and Mr. M'Guren for defendant. The defence in this case was part paid into Court (£6 11s lOd), and,as to bala...

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Political and Social Letter. [From our Special Correspondent.] SYDNEY, SATURDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Political and Social Letter. LFrom oar Special Correspondent. J '. -"^ ? SYDNEY, SATURDAY EVENING. NEWS has just come to hand that Mr. EDMUND TAYLOB, late of the firm" of Starkey and Taylor, who I recently described as one of the greatest plungers in the commercial arena in this city, has been arrested in India, and is to be brought back to Sydney, to stand his trial for alleged dishonest practices. It is now said that Taylor's liabilities amount to fully a quarter of a million sterling. Before starting for India, for which port he sailed from Newcastle, he despatched his wife by one of the mail steamers to England. Whether she took a pot of money with her is not known, but the general impression is that she had a respectable sum. There is certain to be some remarkable revelations if Taylor is prosecuted, and an insight will be given into the way3 of some bank managers and directors that will be extremely interacting. Aa I mentioned previously, Taylor's borrowing successes are an il...

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Echoes and Opinions. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Echoes and Opinions. AMONGST tu notable items in the late Sydney journals, wi iotice that the Public Works Com- mittee will so soon as the Western Suburbs Sewerage Qi;tion has been dealt with, proceed with, the onl/ther question at present before it that is, the improvement of the entrance to the Clarence Kivfeirid upon which, no evidence has yet been takeu'n Sydney. This being so, it will be well for thpublic to see that their contingent is drummed i for the occasion, otherwise they may find tberrlves on a " lee " shore. What with CHARLIE LE:aceepted ai an authority upon harbour impreraent works, and TOMMY EWING'S "mission to sash the Clarence," there is no calcu- lating po8áiblesnlts ; hence the necessity to be on the alerú withruthful evidence and correct statis- tical figures a data, leaving the reverse lying on the other sid When the whole subject is thor- oughly siftecsufficient will be shown of the reasons whicactuate the indecent conduct of interested pons to render their ut...

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Bellinger River. THURSDAY 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Bellinger River. I THTTHSDÄ 8TH. . i MAILS.-As a natural consequence of so much bad weather the mails are all " anyhow," the Grafton mail having only just arrived, and is leaving again immediately, and only one Sydney mail has arrived since last week. The river rose one foot and a-half higher than last time ; but I am glad to say no damage has been done. LAHD BOARD.-The Land Board is ex- pected to arrive to-morrow ; but owing to the. fearful state of the roads, and the approaches to the Pine Creek bridges having been. washed away, it is highly improbable that they will arrive. ' SHIPPIKG.-The Eliza Allen, which I mentioned as being unheard of in a former letter, has turned up safely at Brisbane, having reached there with bare masts, after experiencing a fearful time. ; AOBICDXTTJEAX ÄssociATioy-The annual meeting notified fdr last Saturday had to be postponed till the 17th instant on account of the heavy rain. POLICE.-William Ellis, of Coffs Harbour, was charged at the last court wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clarence and Richmond Examiner — 13 August 1889

Bridge over the Coldstream.-Ia com- pliance with a requisition irom a number of ratepayers resident of Lower Ulmarra, the Mayor has convened a pnblic meeting for Wednesday evening, in the Council Chambers, to take into consideration the advisability of urging the Gov- ernment to erect a bridge over the Coldstream, at its continence with the South Arm. A punt already exUts at the place, and there is no doubt that there is a large amount of traffic on the road, which is the main one leading to the Lower Clarence on the south side cf the river. Landa Appeal Court -The Minister for Lands will hold an Appeal Court on 26th instant, to dispose of 61 appeals from the various Land Board districts. Amongst them are, from Robinson Graham, against the proposed forfeiture of his original cp.; Lismore district, and J. J. Marks, against the proposed forfeiture of his original e.p. (formerly Alexandrina C. Marks), Murwillumbah district. By reference to our front page it will be seen that the sale o...

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